The procedure for obtaining services related to the construction passport has been modernised

Services based on the construction passport are the most widespread among administrative services related to construction. Since construction services appeared on the Diya portal, almost 40% of all applications for them were related to the construction passport.

From now on, 3 modernised services are available on the Diia portal:

  • Notification of the start of construction works on the basis of the building passport and notification of changes to the data in the registered notified
  • Issuing a construction passport and making changes to the issued construction passport
  • Declaration on the facility’s readiness for operation based on the building passport

The construction passport is a document that defines the requirements for the placement and construction of individual (manor) residential buildings, garden and country houses of no higher than two floors with an area of up to 500 square meters, as well as farm buildings and structures, garages, elements of improvement and landscaping of the land plot .

A key innovation is the ability to make changes to an already submitted message and the ability to correct technical errors.

In addition, during the submission of the application, more data will be automatically pulled from the Unified State Electronic System in the field of construction. This will simplify the process of filling out documents and reduce the number of rejections from control authorities, because it was technical errors made during the manual entry of information by customers that were the main reason for rejections.

Construction services based on the construction passport appeared on the Diya portal back in October 2020. Since then, the process of obtaining services has undergone changes, but this is the first large-scale modernization.

Specialists of the BRDO participated in the development of the Law of Ukraine “On Amendments to Certain Legislative Acts of Ukraine on Improving the Procedure for Providing Administrative Services in the Field of Construction and Creating a Unified State Electronic System in the Field of Construction”, which introduced the possibility of obtaining services in the field of construction precisely in in electronic form, as well as the Procedure for maintaining the Unified State Electronic System in the field of construction.


The modernisation of the service was carried out in cooperation with the Ministry of Community Development, Territories and Infrastructure and the Ministry of Digital Transformation with the support of the USAID / UK aid project “Transparency and Accountability in Public Administration and Services / TAPAS”.